This album has an average beat per minute of 134 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 121/143 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page.
Pankrti became popular in former Yugoslavia in early 80s, during Yugoslav new wave music heyday. After five albums released, band ceased to exist at the end of 1987. Members were: Peter Lovšin Gnus - vocals Gregor Tomc - manager, songwriter Mitja Prijatelj - guitar (1977-1980) Jure Krašovec - bass (1977-1980) Bogo Pretnar - rhythm guitar Slavc Colnarič - drums Boris Kramberger - bass (from 1980) Dušan Žiberna - guitar (1980-1985) Matjaž Gantar - bass (1982-1983) Marc Kavaš - solo guitar (from 1985).
The last Album was Sexpok (1987, ZKP RTVLJ) produced by Tomo in der Muhlen at SIM studio, Zagreb. One of their last concerts was in Tivoli Hall in Ljubljana in 1987, named Zadnji pogo (The Last Pogo Dance). In 1996, the group temporarily reunited to perform as a support act for the Sex Pistols concert in Ljubljana during their Filthy Lucre Tour. A movie was made about their first album Dolgcajt (Boredom). Another movie named for one of their greatest songs "Totalna revolucija" (Total Revolution), examined the band's role in the appearance of punk-rock in socialist Slovenia.
Pankrti - Trije bogovi - Sexpok. Album: Zbrana Dela 2, 2009. Has been played on. Netherlands 1.
Release group by Pankrti. Release group information.
|Žena Z Drugega Sveta||3:12|
|Bratje In Sestre||2:48|
|Pesem Za Zmeri||3:22|
|Zadnja Ljubezenska Pesem||3:45|
|Cela Noč Časa||4:05|
|If You Rock My Cock (I'll Wattussy Your Pussy)||4:06|
|Potuješ Da Greš||3:51|
|LD 1481||Pankrti||Sexpok (LP, Album)||ZKP RTVL||LD 1481||Yugoslavia||1987|
|KD 1481||Pankrti||Sexpok (Cass, Album)||ZKP RTVL||KD 1481||Yugoslavia||1987|